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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Debuts ‘TruePlay’ Gaming Anti-Cheat System

When it comes to multiplayer gaming, there are few things worse than spineless cheaters; well, maybe lag and TKers. Thankfully, Microsoft is looking to attack cheaters head-on with its new TruePlay system, which debuted with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. TruePlay is an anti-cheat system that is meant to give developers a relatively easy way to thwart the efforts of those prone to exhibiting unsportsmanlike conduct on the virtual battlefield/race track/sports arena. According to …

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The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is out now

Months after it was first announced, Microsoft’s Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 is now available to download. Coinciding with the launch is the availability of several mixed reality headsets, as Microsoft attempts to bring VR and mixed reality experiences to the masses. Let’s start with the Fall Creators Update. This is the second major update to Windows 10 this year, the first being the original Creators Update released in April. Microsoft has committed to …

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: PC Gaming

On October 17, 2017 Microsoft released their fourth major feature update for Windows 10 which is know as the Fall Creators Update. This is one part of our overall coverage for the release and you can visit Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Review Central for links to all of the other elements of our post-release content. ———- After the launch of Windows 10 in the summer of 2015, Microsoft’s Xbox team made a commitment to see the …

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Xbox One big fall update out now, brings UI overhaul, new Guide, speed boost and more

By Sherif Saed, Tuesday, 17 October 2017 09:09 GMT The new Xbox One UI based on Microsoft’s Fluent design has started rolling out to all owners. After first being deployed to Insiders back in August, the update is now ready for prime time. The biggest addition is of course the new home screen where every part is customisable. Home now has blocks – bits of content you can pin and move around as you see …

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Xbox One fall update now available, complete with a faster dashboard – BGR

The most substantial Xbox One update of the year is now available to the general public. On Monday, Microsoft rolled out the 2017 fall update for the Xbox One, bringing a host of changes and additions to the gaming platform. First up is the new Home tab, which you can now customize in order to get the content you access most often closest to the top of the page. With a new concept called blocks, …

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Xbox One System Update for Fall 2017 rolling out now

As gamers we are fully used to system updates hitting our consoles, especially since we made the leap with the Xbox One. Today, another new update is beginning to roll out and the Fall Update for Xbox One has some lovely little touches. MajorNelson has just confirmed that the Fall Update for Xbox One is starting to roll. This latest update allows you to personalise your home page more than ever before, whilst discovering new …

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Xbox One Getting Massive Fall Update Next Week; Full Details Inside

Xbox One Getting Update A couple of days ago, we told you how Microsoft was talking to Sony about crossplay and how Xbox was hopeful that Sony would be supportive of it. Unfortunately, Sony is being stubborn, so it doesn’t look like crossplay will be coming anytime soon. Today, we learned that Microsoft recently released a new episode of its webcast “This Week on Xbox” and in it, Major Nelson discusses a big update that …

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Feature: The Biggest Nintendo Switch eShop Games of 2017 – Fall / Winter Edition

Recently we published our Fall / Winter edition of the ‘Biggest Nintendo Switch Retail Games of 2017’, which was relatively easy to put together. With less than three months left in the year there are only so many titles still coming, and in the retail space picking out 20 overall didn’t leave many behind. Now, however, it’s time for the Switch eShop list, which has been altogether more challenging. We’re got 10 main games and …

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The Full Nerd episode 33: Intel Core i7-8700K review, fall gaming preview, and loot boxes suck

The Full Nerd episode 33: Intel Core i7-8700K review, fall gaming preview, and loot boxes suck | PCWorld And as always, we answer YOUR questions. Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Join the Full Nerd gang as they talk about the Core i7-8700K, Intel’s 6-core Ryzen rival. Hayden Dingman than catches us up on the coming deluge of fall PC Games. Intel Coffee Lake Core i7-8700K …

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Welcome fall with these autumnal PC games

Overcast skies are looming, leaves are dropping from the trees, and there’s an icy chill in the air. Yes, it can only be autumn (or fall), the finest of all the seasons. And so, to celebrate, we’ve wrapped ourselves up in our thickest scarves to bring you a list of the best autumnal PC games to play whilst cradling a mug of hot chocolate, or whichever heated liquid you enjoy. Broken Sword: The Shadow of …

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Top 10 Xbox One Games Arriving This Fall and Holiday Season

Top 10 Xbox One Games Arriving Fall/Holiday 2017 The Xbox One is hoping to have a strong finish to 2017, driven primarily by the upcoming launch of the Xbox One X. The Xbox One X is geared to enhance how gamers experience gaming by providing unmatched console-gaming visuals. And despite some of the negative press as of late, the Xbox One does have a couple console-exclusive titles set to drop over the next few months …

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Xbox One Fall Creators Update To Unlock Expanded Hardware Resources For Devs

When it comes to developing games, the easier it is to make a game for multiple systems, the better it is for gamers because studios can make better games with more resources that function across all platforms. Microsoft has announced that it has launched a new Expanded Resource feature in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update that has moved the development industry closer to the goal of creating one game that can run anywhere. Expanded …

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UWP games are getting access to more horsepower on Xbox One this fall

Microsoft is giving UWP game developers access to even more horsepower on Xbox One this fall. One of the benefits of the convergence of operating systems between Windows and Xbox is that developers can target both platforms with a lot of shared code by leveraging the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) for development. However, games published to Xbox One through the Windows Store have thus far been relatively limited in terms of access to hardware resources …

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PC Gaming Weekly: PUBG faces its next challenge — the fall game rush | VentureBeat | PC Gaming

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has sold more than 10 million copies. One Twitch analytics site has it overtaking Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends, and other top games in the livestreaming arena. And it even passed Valve’s own Dota 2 on its own Steam platform, hitting 1 million concurrent players for the first time on September 8. Other games are adding Battle Royale modes. But as we transition from the slow summer season, which Battlegrounds easily ruled as it became an …

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Xbox One fall update preview hits Beta ring, adding Fluent Design, new Home, light theme and more

The upcoming Xbox One fall update is now rolling out in preview to Xbox Insiders enrolled in the Beta ring. Microsoft has announced that the upcoming fall update for Xbox One, currently in preview, will soon be rolling out to those in the Beta ring of the Xbox Insider Program. While the update has been in testing for both the invite-only Alpha ring and select Delta ring members up until now, this latest expansion delivers …

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